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An earthquake with a magnitude stronger than 7 will hit Turkey’s Marmara region in the near future, Boğaziçi University’s Kandilli Observatory head Haluk Özener stated on Aug. 17
Earthquake stronger than magnitude 7 to hit Turkey’s Marmara region in near future: Observatory head
A three-year-old boy has dies after he was left forgotten in his kindergarten shuttle bus in the Aegean province of İzmir, as driver of the shuttle was arrested by police on Aug. 17
Three-year-old boy dies after being left in kindergarten shuttle in Turkey’s İzmir
Iran’s chief of general staff, Major General Mohammad Hossein Bageri, became the first Iranian top soldier since the Islamic Revolution in 1979 to visit Turkey on Aug. 15. Bageri held talks with his Turkish counterpart General Hulusi Akar, but not only with Akar.
Turkey-Iran rapprochement and possible consequences
The Roman sarcophagus of Hercules, which was ruled to return to Turkey by a Swiss court in 2015, will return to its home in Turkey in September.
Hercules to come to Turkey in September
They are all actually well aware that they are in an abnormal situation. For example, the co-pilot of the tanker aircraft “ASENA 3,” Lieutenant Fatih Akbulut, said in his testimony, “The base commander said, ‘You will go north in the direction of Ankara, you will supply fuel to the aircraft that asks for fuel from you.
A sleepy general on the night of the coup
Capital punishment has been decreasing in Iran in recent years. The Iranian parliament is working on an amendment to the death sentence on drug traffickers, which will decrease 70 percent of executions for drug offenses, the Iranian High Council for Human Rights Deputy Chairman Kazem Gharib Abadi said.
Iran mulls reducing capital punishment
Over 18,000 people perished, tens of thousands left homeless; the industrial heartland of the country was devastated. The Aug. 17, 1999 earthquake and the consequent Dec. 12 tremor were sufficiently bad for a country with a miserable three-way coalition government to slide into a financial crisis, making the 2000-2001 twin financial collapse inevitable.
A bitter anniversary
I follow every article from every different political perspective, as well as discussions on social media and TV. But as a scriptwriter, the most interesting things for me to follow are the comments under articles.
The AK Party’s brand ‘spokesperson’ problem
The remains of two tile furnaces have been found in archaeological excavations in İznik, known as a historic center of tile production in the northwestern Turkish province of Bursa
Ancient furnaces unearthed at ‘home of tiles’ İznik
The Aug. 17 Earthquake Museum and Digital Show Center, which aims to keep memories of the disaster alive, will soon open in the northwestern province of Kocaeli
Earthquake Museum to open soon
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